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May 15, 2018

The park is justifiably famous for its namesake mountains which are some of the most beautiful in the lower 48. They have been photographed by Ansel Adams and millions of other photographers since him. But there’s more to the park than mountains, there’s the Snake River that runs through it North to South at the...


Apr 30, 2018

Marc Silber is a still photographer, digital video producer and author. In his latest book out May 15th, he discusses a myriad of composition techniques from the well-known rule of thirds to techniques from the old masters of painting in an easy and well-illustrated way. Marc and I discuss his career, the principles of...


Apr 15, 2018

Steve Mattheis is a wildlife photographer, videographer and vloger in Jackson, Wyoming. Grand Teton National Park is his playground. Over the last seven years Steve has taught himself photography, videography including video editing and vloging. All this while holding down a day job and raising two kids. It's...


Mar 30, 2018

Wildlife photographer Bill Pohley creates his own photo tours avoiding the expenses of commercial tours. Bill has been all over the world including New Zealand, Namibia and Peru to name a few trips. By making his own travel arrangements and booking with local guides, he saves a bundle. We discuss how you can do it too...


Mar 15, 2018

Author, Lecturer and Master Birder Harry Fuller and I discuss the life of Sandhill Cranes and Whooping Cranes, where to find them and where to photograph them. From Alaska to New Mexico, Sandhill Cranes are widely distributed seasonally. We discuss their biology, their migration patterns and prime locations to see and...